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" I walk, with an answering term of the others; why then my soul was prophetic, and my idea must be, and by common consent would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what I meant, for into it my idea has passed by conjunctive experiences of... "
Essays in Radical Empiricism - Page 56
by William James - 1922 - 282 pages
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What is Pragmatism ?

James Bissett Pratt - Pragmatism - 1909 - 256 pages
...idea must be, and by common consent would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what it meant, for into it my idea has passed by conjunctive...intention. Nowhere is there jar, but every later moment matchesand corroborates an earlier. " In this matching and corroborating, taken in no transcendental...
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What is pragmatism?

James Bissett Pratt - Philosophy - 1909 - 256 pages
...would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what it meant, for into it my idea has spassed by conjunctive experiences of sameness and fulfilled...intention. Nowhere is there jar, but every later moment matches and corroborates an earlier. " In this matching and corroborating, taken in no transcendental...
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Theories of Knowledge: Absolutism, Pragmatism, Realism

Leslie Joseph Walker - Knowledge, Theory of - 1910 - 696 pages
...Professor Dewey), then we feel it to have been continued in that percept, and in such a felt transition " lies all that the knowing of a percept by an idea can possibly contain or signify." l It is, moreover, only when conceptual experiences do actually terminate in percepts that we can know...
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The Catholic University Bulletin, Volume 18

1912
...answering term of the other . . . my idea must be called cognizant of reality. That percept was what it meant, for into it my idea has passed by conjunctive experiences of sameness and fulfilled intention. . . . Whenever such transitions are felt, the first experience knows the last one." I then know the...
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The Monist, Volume 24

Paul Carus - Philosophy - 1914
...be, and by common consent would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what I meant. . . . "In this continuing and corroborating, taken in no...percept by an idea can possibly contain or signify" (pp. 54-56). It will be observed that, according to the above account, he usually ceases to "know"...
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William James and Pragmatism

Ethel Ernestine Sabin - Pragmatism - 1916 - 29 pages
...to establish the fact that he was using x''' leading as the functional test of cognition. He said: "In this continuing and corroborating, taken in no...but denoting definitely felt transitions, lies all tliat the knowing of a percept by an idea can possibly contain or signify. Whenever such transitions...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1904
...my idea must be, and by common consent would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what meant, for into it my idea has passed by conjunctive experiences of sameness and fulfilled intentidii. Nowhere is theiv jar, but every later moment matches am! corroborates an earlier. In this...
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Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1984 - 258 pages
...be, and by common consent would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what I meant.... In this continuing and corroborating, taken in no...percept by an idea can possibly contain or signify. (Pp. 54-6) It will be observed that, according to the above account, he usually ceases to "know" Memorial...
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Logic and Knowledge: Essays 1901-1950

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1988 - 382 pages
...be, and by common consent would be, called cognizant of reality. That percept was what I meant . . . 'In this continuing and corroborating, taken in no...percept by an idea can possibly contain or signify' [pages 54-56]. It will be observed that, according to the above account, he usually ceases to 'know'...
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Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1992 - 197 pages
...and by common consent would be, called cogni2ant of reality . That percept was what I meant. . . . In this continuing and corroborating, taken in no...denoting definitely felt transitions, lies all that the hnowing of a percept by an idea can possibly contain or signify . (Pp. 54-6) It will be observed that,...
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